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Did Integrated Circuits (Microchips) & Computer Technology Come From Extraterrestrial Aliens?

Updated on April 10, 2013
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Marc Hubs is a writer/researcher on mind, science, and conspiracy. He is the author of "Know Your Enemy: Reflections of NPD."


Alien Microchips

At an early age I became fascinated with computers and I learned computer programming. Eventually I became curious and wanted to know more about the microchip (integrated circuit) and how it actually functioned and so I did much research into it. It seemed that the more I learned about the development of the microchip, the more my curiosity grew and grew and I had several intuitive moments where I got the feeling that the integrated circuit was not an Earthly technology.

Nobody seemed to know much about it or how it actually functioned and I was unable to dig down right into the nitty gritty and fine details of how this fantastic device actually operated. Nobody seemed to know how it could store information and understand commands, all they knew was that it worked. My research at that time just kept leading me to dead ends; it was as though you could research it to a certain extent, then all information beyond that extent had been tightly concealed - I couldn't break it.

As an intelligence child who wanted to be a scientist, along with a strong imagination, I thought deep and hard about the scientific nature of not just the microchip itself, but the potential capabilities of such technology. I had not been exposed to any conspiracy theories at this stage in my life and this was before the Roswell incident was brought back up in the nineties by Stanton Friedman. As I thought about the potential of the microchip I started having visions of people sat inside gigantic pods with super-advanced computers and huge monitor screens along with powerful cameras linked to their screens, I had visions of them remaining in subspace around Earth just observing us.

These ideas were entirely my own and were not influenced by anything external. They stemmed purely from my fascination with computer technology. Later, when I learned about Egyptian hieroglyphics in school, I made an immediate link to my thoughts about computer technology.

Fast-Forward To The Future

Later, in the nineties, astrophysicist and UFO researcher Stanton Friedman caught up with many of the people who had been originally involved in the 1947 Roswell incident and got them to testify to what they really knew.

It was this move that re-sparked interest in UFO's (and potentially, extraterrestrials) and this is the reason why the whole 'alien grey' phenomena has now become such a massive part of our pop-culture.

If Friedman hadn't made such a move the issue wouldn't have become so publicly known about as it is today and it's also true that if Whitley Streiber hadn't written his book, Communion, the popularized images we see of 'alien greys' may never have become so prominent.

The Day After Roswell

In 1997 Lt. Col. Philip J Corso, aged 82 at the time, released a book entitled The Day After Roswell. Corso was the head of the Foreign Technology Desk, R&D (Research & Development) at the Pentagon and was a member of President Eisenhower's NSC (National Security Council) staff.

Before he died, Colonel Corso testified under oath before congress that while he was working in research and development at the Foreign Technology Desk of the Pentagon he had access to alien autopsy reports and claims that he saw, first-hand, a dead alien entity.

In his book, Corso claims that during this time he distributed to corporations foreign technology which was actually extraterrestrial in origin. The corporations involved were permitted to register the patents. Corso names some of the corporations allegedly involved and claims that such artifacts were retrieved from UFO crashes, such as that which allegedly happened at Roswell in 1947.

Corso claims that technologies such as fiber optics, integrated circuits (microchips), kevlar material and particle beams were all reverse engineered from crashed extraterrestrial spacecraft (UFO's).

On the face of things Corso's claims seem hard to swallow but could there actually be some truth to them?

Facts we need to consider:

  • Both US Army and British MoD were involved in the development of the integrated circuit.
  • Three separate inventors unaware of each others activities, each related to the military, all came up with the idea for the invention at the same time.
  • The US Air Force was the first customer.
  • Kilby had a sudden "revolutionary" idea the same time Colonel Corso claims he distributed the technologies.
  • Texas Instruments, Siemens AG and Fairchild are all companies implicated in the allegations of carrying out black projects and special access programs in the US.
  • Kilby pitched his idea specifically to the US Army.
  • Both silicon and germanium were found at the Roswell crash site, according to those who were there.
  • The military employed many people to work simultaneously on an integrated circuit, each of them unaware of each others activity.
  • The transistor, leading to the development of the integrated circuit, was invented in 1947 - the same year as the Roswell crash.
  • The idea for an integrated circuit had not been mentioned at all until 1947 onwards.
  • Hermann Oberth also confirmed Corso's and Von Braun's claims. He said they had been helped and when asked by whom he replied "the people of other worlds".

Considering the above facts, it does suggest that the US military were attempting to reverse engineer already existing technology which had been discovered, rather than invent something completely new, there are simply way too many indications that reverse engineering is the case.

It's also clear that, even though 15 years have passed since Corso died and thousands of government documents have been declassified since, Corso can still not be sufficiently debunked and there is no indication in any of the documents or in any of the information which has been revealed that he was lying.

In actual fact, the documents confirm many of his claims about some of the people, projects and operations that Colonel Corso had named in his book.

This does not prove that an extraterrestrial spacecraft really crashed at Roswell in 1947 but it does indicate that, as Colonel Corso claims, the integrated circuit (microchip) was probably retrieved from the Roswell wreckage, so it's certainly a very real possibility which we should not discard just yet.

In the words of Jack Kilby himself:

"What we didn't realize then was that the integrated circuit would reduce the cost of electronic functions by a factor of a million to one, nothing had ever done that for anything before".

Notice those last words, "nothing had ever done that for anything before" - do they really seem like the words of a technical genius? (* no offense Mr. Kilby, you still did a great job!).

In actual fact it's not just Corso who has made such claims. Most, if not all, whistleblowers on this subject are claiming that alien technology has been reverse engineered and there are literally thousands of them.

Many of them are leaving independent testimonies, testifying under oath before congress and making deathbed confessions and the UFO disclosure movement is rapidly gaining traction. Only 37% of the world believe in God but 60% of the world believe in extraterrestrial intelligence (these two beliefs are not incompatible).

Would it be wise to assume that the Wisdom of Crowds theory is justified in this case?

To find out we need to take a look at the technology. However, we cannot argue the fact that some of the technology was already in development prior to 1947 (Roswell) because if the anecdotal and corroborating evidence which we do have is anything to go by, then UFO crashes had already happened a lot earlier than this date.

The Integrated Circuit (Microchip)

Historical records show that the idea for an integrated circuit-like semi-conductor amplifying device was first patented in 1949 by Werner de Jacobi, so the idea certainly came after the Roswell incident. However, the development of the microchip/integrated circuit evolved from the invention of the transistor by Bell Laboratories in 1947.

The design simply showed five transistors on a common substrate in a three-stage amplifier arrangement, the use being for hearing aids. However, no commercial use of Jacobi's patent was ever reported. Werner Jacobi was a german engineer who was employed by Siemens AG, at the time of his design.

Later, in 1952 Geoffrey Dummer, a radar scientist who worked for the Royal Radar Establishment of UK MoD (Ministry of Defence), took on the idea of an integrated circuit himself and attempted to build one in 1956 but failed.

In 1957 Jack Kilby proposed to the US Army the idea of small ceramic wafers, each one containing a single miniaturized component but whilst the project was underway Kilby conveniently had a sudden revelation and came up with a brand new "revolutionary" design, although both Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce, co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor, are officially credited for the invention of the integrated circuit.

The Vice President of Fairchild Industries was Werner Von Braun who was brought from Germany to America after the second world war, with his team of scientists and engineers, as part of Operation Paperclip. Von Braun was on Colonel Corso's research and development team and also claimed he saw the alien craft and bodies that allegedly crashed at Roswell.

Whilst working for Fairchild Industries Carol Rosin met Von Braun who told her of covert plans to weaponize to space, which he had discovered within NASA. Von Braun claimed there were three steps and that space weapons would be promoted as:

1st - Defense against rogue nations

2nd - Defense against asteroid and meteors


3rd - Defense against an artificial extraterrestrial threat

Von Braun claimed that the alien presence is real but that it poses no threat. Werner Von Braun's calculations, based on the exact distance between Earth and the moon, also show that the moon's gravity is higher than 1/6 of Earth's, as we currently believe, and is actually closer to 64% of Earth's gravity. Von Braun worked this out after the true distance between Earth and the moon had been discovered, as a result of Armstrong and Aldrin's expedition to the lunar surface 1969.

Although the transistor was available, Time Magazine reports that Robert Noyce first handled a microchip at college in 1948.

How is that possible, if it hadn't been invented yet?

Kilby was employed by Texas Instruments and Kilby patented the integrated circuit in February 1959 - the first customer was the US Air Force. Six months later Noyce came up with a much more efficient microchip which was made at Fairchild Semiconductor using silicon instead of germanium. Elements allegedly found at the Roswell crash site include silicon, silver, nickel, germanium and zinc.

RFID Chips - Alien Tech?

Many people are already aware of RFID chips and the plans to use them to replace currency and many people such as the late movie director Aaron Russo and US government whistleblower William Pawelec had warned about them. An RFID chip contains many integrated circuits.

It has been revealed that RFID chips are to be used to introduce a one-world currency so that people will only be able to buy or sell via the chip. If they don't pay their taxes, fines, etc then the chip will be switched off and they will no longer be able to buy or sell. Many people believe that this signifies the mark of the beast in the bible - the RFID chip is planned to go either in the right hand or in the head, just as the mark of the beast is described in the bible.

Is it just a coincidence that the manufacturer of this RFID technology is a Californian company called Alien Technology (founded in 1994)?

Did they base their company name on conspiracy theories or whistleblower testimony or is there another reason?

  • Alien Technology currently only has 235 employees.
  • Alien Technology (the company) already have established relationships with Siemens AG, Wal-Mart, US DoD (Department of Defense) and IBM and one their main competitors is Texas Instruments.

Colonel Corso couldn't have gained his belief in extraterrestrial technology simply because of the company (Alien Technology) because subsequent to the release of his book, The Day After Roswell, more of Corso's writing (entitled Dawn Of A New Age) was released which dated back decades before the company had even been set up. Dawn Of A New Age even contains advisory documents, notes and memos that Corso had written between 1958 to 1961.

It seems that no matter where we look, Colonel Corso's claims just cannot be debunked, even 15 years after he made them.

Paul Hellyer is the former defense minister of Canada and is a man who took the time to read Corso's book, The Day After Roswell.

After reading the book Mr Hellyer wanted to find out if there was any truth to Corso's claims and decided to do some research into the matter himself and spoke to many people who were involved in the phenomena.

Hellyer took the claims very seriously and ultimately came to the conclusion that Colonel Corso's story was true and accurate.

Paul Hellyer went on to make the speech alongside whereby he told America it was about time they stopped taking a "shoot-first-ask-questions-after" attitude towards extraterrestrial spacecraft.

Additionally, all whistleblower testimony relating to the phenomena continues to corroborate Colonel Corso's claims.

An interesting fact: Declassified FBI files show that Corso was assigned to portray Lee Harvey Oswald as a marxist and communist sympathizer.

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      Occult Investigator 2 years ago

      I have always felt that microchips were reverse engineered.

      The silicone transistor came about in 1947 the same year as the roswell incident. The internet went online in 1991 I have trouble believing we went from first transistor to microchip in only 45 years.

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      Sparkster Publishing 2 years ago from United Kingdom

      I was 12 years old when I first looked into the official history of the microchip. It didn't make sense back then and it doesn't make sense now. I'm now 37. There are way too many holes in the story. I always felt intuitively that the microchip came from 'somewhere else'. Corso's story seems to fill in the holes and has an incredible amount of detail which can be verified which is a sign of truth telling. Watch his body language and his conviction in video interviews - this man was not disinfo or delusional - he believed sincerely that this was the truth (although he did regard the aliens as a potential threat to humanity).

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      Missing Link 2 years ago from Oregon

      I have a hard time believing that we humans created certain types of technologies by ourselves. Some assure me we did but I don't believe we did--I don't believe we could have----that we had the talent, etc.